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ARMY Magazine - June 2004
06/01/2004

Volume 54, Number 6

Listed below are selected articles and features of our June 2004 issue. To read all the articles in ARMY Magazine, join AUSA and get a subscription as part of your membership.

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FRONT & CENTER
Speed and Power: Complements, Not Substitutes
There is substantial Congressional interest in rebuilding Army force levels, but Secretary Rumsfeld has opposed making an expansion of the ground forces part of his "10-30-30" program.

Night Attacks in the Philippines
Night fighting kept the enemy off balance in the Pacific and continues to prove itself effective today.

Reflections on the Army's Birthday
All members of AUSA join me in celebrating 229 years of the Army’s service to the nation and in offering heartfelt thanks to all who serve today and proudly carry on this national tradition.



SELECTED FEATURES
D-Day: Launching the 'Great Crusade'
The strategic potential of the Allied invasion of Normandy--to finish a war in one bold stroke--was vitiated by fanatical enemy resistance and missed opportunities, but it marked the beginning of the end of World War II in Europe and made the outcome inevitable.

Ready to "Fight Tonight" in Korea
The 2nd Infantry Division kept up its operational tempo and practiced integrating Republic of Korea forces during Operation ARTEP, a 17-day field exercise with force-on-force engagements.

Army Aviation's Evolution to Sustained Operations
Army aviation needs to continue to evolve to effectively support the current and future force. Training, leadership development and operational improvements must all be considered.

Creating Military Institutions in Iraq and Afghanistan
Challenges face those building military academies in Afghanistan, where the U.S. Army supports a victorious army, and in Iraq, where the U.S. Army must rebuild a defeated one.






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